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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, .Tamwry 14.1011. TTTT: HERALD Page 5 HELPLESS CRIPPLE FROM RHEUMATISM Five Boies 01 "Ftuit-a-tives" Cured Her 4 HOMK FLACK, TORONTO, DEC, rsth, 1909, "I was a terrible sufferer from Rheumatism for nearly a year, end my right was swollen and the paiu was fearful. AH down the right side, the pain was dreadful, and I could hardly move for the agony. I was treated by two physiciaus but their uiediciue did me no good, and I tried numerous other remedies but received, no benefit. I was simply a helpless cripple aud suffered from Rheumatism all during last -Winter. advertised in "The decided to try this remedy. After I had taken one box, I was much belter and the patn less, and I continued the treatment with good hopes. When 1 had takeu three boxes, J was so well that I could use uiy arm ajjaiu and the pain was practically pone. After I had taken five bbijes, 1 was entirely well now I am as I ever was. The cure of my case by "Fruit-a-tives" w.is iudeed splendid because all the doctors failed to even relieve me of my sufferings. "For the sake of.others who may suffer from this terrible disease, Rheuma- tism, I give you permission to publish this statement." MRS. XTZZIE. BAXTER, "Friut-a-tives" is the only remedy that actually cures-Rheumatism, and Sciatica because the only medicine that actually prevents Uric Acid being formed in any quantity in the body. If there is uo excess of uric acid in the blood, there cau be no Rheumatism. "'Fruit-a-tives" keeps the stomach liver bowels regu'ar kidney strong and the skin healthy. These are the organs that rid the body of all waste. When "Fruit-a-tives" so regulates the system that all waste is eliminated, then there can be no waste or "urea" to be changed into uric acid. Thus, there can be uo uric acid in the blood, to inflame nerves and cause the pain which we know by the names of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuralgia, "Fniit-a-tives" will cure every trace of Rheumatism, Pain In The Back, Swollen Hands and and other troubles due to the blood being poisoned by uric acid. If you are .subject to Rheumatism, cure yourself, now with "Fruit-a-tives" and be 'freeof paiu this winter. '500. a for trial size 250. At all dealers; or sent postpaid OB receipt of "price by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa, Oat. Wasyl Giobator Expiated Crime on the Scaffold (Continued from front ;bobotar called out the remark, which iome present concluded was "Me no like to but which those who were with, him on the scaffold say were either "Me no eata or "Me now eata breakfast." The noose was adjusted, the signal was given, the bolts shot back, and a lifeless corpse was hanging at the end of the six foo rope, half in the nit and half above the level of the ground. From the standpoint of the law, tli execution was complete and satisfact ory in every detail. There was not JiHch, despite the fact it was the ban (man's first experience. The neck wa dislocated at the drop, and noc a tre mor, not a twinge came from tft swinging corpse. Pronounced Dead After a wait three minutes, du ing which not a word came from the tea or fifteen men watching from on1 top of the surrounding bales of hay.i rs. Clark and Shiilington stepped orward and, in turn, felt the pulse, n another minute .life was declared y the doctors to be completely ex- net. The body was then lifted from the It, the door of which was replaced nd the body laid thereon. The hang- man above cut the rope, and then left, i'iie doctors examined the dead man's I neck, and the jurors tiled by, viewing i he body. j The Inquest i Sickness is usually caufted by the accu- mulation of- waste matter and impurities within the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the bowels, the the lungs and the pores of the skin to throw off these impurities. Thus they prevent or cure dis- ease. ,a 25c. a box. CONNAUGHT ACCEPTS OFFICE Ottawa, Jan. no tree that the Duke of Connaught has ac- cepted the governor-generalship of METHODIST MINISTER GIVES ROAST Toronto, Jan. weeks ago tho pastor of the richest- Meth- dist church in this dty was obliged io dismiss Iiis class-meeting and go home with a broken heart because there were too'few of "his praying Canada has been received at Ottawa. members present to act as bost and The Duke has also decided on a number of appointments to his staff. His military secretary, it is 'stated, .wilt be'Major Henry Cecil of the Scots Guards, who accompanied His Highness to South Africa, and where he was-some time military attachee at Paris, He is a son of Right Hon. .John Lowthcr, speaker of the British House. Arthur P. Slade, private secretary to His Excellency, Ear! Grey, will act in the same capacity lor t-he Duke. hostess to the immortal souls seeking rcdeir.ption. There are 900 names en rolled ia the membership of this church, and of that number not twen ty ever pray in public. It is inter csting ib study the men who arc ing in the great revival now going o INK Silky of flow. Abtolute jxr- mantncy. color, Buy It from your RELIANCE INK CO. Ltd. Winnipeg, Man. summer, be remarked. In religioa' in the city." They are hot Methodists- in other things, he said, the old adage tc. Irtr-i'.irr 1 ''Snnn rinp snnQ WONDERFUL OPERATION PERFORMED and the surgeon who operated on him and the physicians who have observed his case closely express the belief that the injury to his skull was prim- arily responsible for his eccentrici- ties! They have in their own minds at least established" the belief, that cranial injuries become potent factors in developing, if not producing, crim- inal tendencies. Details of the amazing case wcri 'Albany, N. Y., Jan. formed by an operation on his hrain from one" 01 the most expert and re- markable criminals'in the country tojon on two forgery charges lor ten a man of kindest and nine months, and he wrot jiaUire apparently Horace White, then Lieutenan brought to the attention ot Judge Charles B. of Buffalo, who in 1908, sentenced Grimmell to pris Grimmell, thirty-four years, a convict in Clinibri i-rison, old, Dan- ncmora, has been pardoned, and in a few days will be restored his par- ents Buffalo, -whose fortunes and Governor, by way of aiding the ap peal that had'been made to get Grim mell- out of prison. Teachers who when Griiamcll was small boy noted the difference- in hi lives were wrecked by his astonishing and; after his. head, and unexplainablc series or criminal .injury, wrote to the Governor, as did drctls. [also physicians in Dannemora, who I-fis case for more than a. year at-j bad maile a study of his case. Alter. attention of giving consideration to .the case, Mr. neurologists, and surgeons. They at decided to commute the sen- last came to the conclusion that- his persistent infractions of the law were if not entirely-, due to an injury- to his brain. following a small fracture of the skull infliqteil-when be was a bov of r'tecn. tencc of the young man, and he will be liberated within a few days. Felt Strange Influence One of the'interesting phases of the case is that. 'Grimmell felt during his years of crime that some strange in- An operation performed in March, luence held -sway over him 1900, by Dr. De Witt G. Wilcox, of jproicpted him to do-things: which BcE'.on time president of the IlomcopathVc Medical Society 01 New York Stati; brought about an complete change' in the vict, who hail besought the knew he should not. Alter he was sent to prison for the fourth time he hegan to study .criminology and con- cluded that possibly .the injury to his skull was responsible for all his es- V lUUi J TTTit in Clinton Prison to operate on him I capades. He first interested Dr.. Wil- in the to. him it was only j cox in his case and begged him to op- the vacucst hopo, hut he preferred erate on him. b l Soon after his recovery he said to Dr. J. B. Ransom, physician at CHn- Heading room. The evidence of Dr. Clark and Sher-i t'f Young was taken and the verdict quickly returned: "We, the coroner's jury empanelled! to enquire into the death of Chobotar, after viewing the body and: tearing the evidence of the medical! practitioners, find that the said Unobotar came to bis death by dislo j cation of the neck, caused by hanj ing, and that the said banging was in j accordance with the sentence of death i passed upon the said Waszl Cbobotar by Cbief Justice Harvey, on October '1, for the murder of Alex. Lazaruk; and -we, the said coroner's -jury, com- pletely exonerate the sheriff aud offi cials from any blaine in connection i with the hanging. (Signed) Jas. Ashcroft Herbert McEwen Chas. H. Van Home C. P. Kroning D. McCormick George Seaman." Sheriff .Was Under Arrest _The_last clause of "the verdict was necessary, because, -theoretically, the sheriff "was under arrest until the cor- oner's jury bad exonerated him. Notice Posted' The following notice was posted up..' a few minutes later, on the guard room door and at the gate of the bar- umuJLiu) TO BE is expected that the Duke will arrive in Canada .n September next. MORTGAGE SOULS Toronto, Jan. 14. A drnf1. bill wss submitted to the Ontario legislature tcis session, providing for the and licensing of barbers, j-.nrt for the appointment of a provincial board which would examine applicants and test their knowledge of their and their knowledge' of skin diseises. The move for registration com js- from the barbers Ala., Jan. 14. Roxie Parker and Annie Warden, negro women mortgaged "heart, body and soul" to W. L.'Lampkin, a negro merchant, for ?20 worth" of dry goods purchased, by them. The mortgage was filed in the clerk's office of the' Probate 'court here. No other security Is mentioned in the paper. Although such a mortgage is- not legally binding, all "parties to the contract appeared to be perfectly satisfied. by any means. Methodism is losing; its grip for .lack of prayer." i Preaching on the suhject of "Super- ficial Religion" in the Broadway Tabernacle Sunday morning, Rev. Dr. W. II. Hincks read his congrega- tion the. foregoing criticism.'It-was easy, he said, for many Methodists to favor Protestant church union on doctrinal grounds because they- knew practically nothing of the doctrines of the church to which they profess to belting If ever a revival was needed, he said, to stir church members to a sense of, their responsibilities as Christians, it was at the present time. Dr. Hincks referred to .the type, of superficial religion which is discard- ed as soon as the revival closes. Many streams, that babbled noisily over the pebbles in April dried up before irJd- applied "Soon ripe, soon rottenV A sturdy, deep-rooted -growth wanted that would withstand storm. was tie Tbe Manhattan board of will ask the legislature to provide the selection of coroner's1 juries reg-' ular jury instead. oC picking them at random. TRAVERS REMANDED v Toronto, Jan. wls remanded to Monday the 16th. for sentence, bail belug refused. -Under the statute liable to penalty of five years in "penitentiary. The City with the. Cheapest Light, Heat and Power in North America. The City Whose Op- portunities are Calling the Investor and the Business Man To-day DESTINED TO BE THE INDUSTRIAL CITY OF drath to a continued career of crime such as he felt he was doomed that he'might become a normal rr.ar. ton and of comfort and use to his I tor Dr. Wt cox see things L-ebled parents, i ferently and notice more and think I had charge of the case dif- impoverishcd and enfc The Surgeons' Belief Of live most perverse and criminal nature prior to the operation, he has since become, to all appearances, a moral man of impulses, Cure stpp.t- coiiiiba. cores colds. ike tliroKt'uud lunds. 20 AND HIDE CO, have found myseli. I can concentrate my mind more easily and my general mental condition is better. I have noticed an increase of sensitiveness to my prison environment, consequently I am at times a little depressed over In his letter to Mr. White, Judge Wheeler, oi Hufialo, wrote mell (at the time oi his trial for for- gerv) did not deny ?.ny oi the facts, but" his counsel that his criminal impulses were the result of injuries to the> head received when a Highest; market prices paid for hides, furs and We also buy and soil all kinds oC second-hand furniture, ladies' and touts' furnishings, jewel- ry and musical instruments. Office snd 320 Crabfa St. Opp. Herald offrco 442 P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridgc, Alta. boy. It appeared that in boyhood Grimmell' had received n blow on head from a picket, which fractured the skull and "left a depression plain- ly discernible. GrimmcH could not resist impulses to commit crimes and attributed his criminal propensities to his injurj. "Pic protested a desire to lead j proper iifc and a willingness to suh mil to an operation lo remove the de- pression in his skull in the hope ot beneficial results. racks "We. the undersigned, hereby de- clare that judgment of death was this j day executed on Waszl Chobotar, in ttie Royal North West Mounted Po- lice baracks, in our presence. Dated j this I4th day of January in the year! 911. Signed, Malcolm Young, slier- ff for the Lethbridge district; J. 0.1 Wilson, a Justice of, the Peace for .Leihbrirfge district; Sergt. J. Oliver, j gaoler oE the R. N. W. M. P. barracks. The Burial According to the law, the body of an executed man must be interred, within the grounds of the gaol inj which the execution took place, and cannot be removed without an Order- in-CouncIl. Cboboiar's body 7.-as placed in a cof fin, packed in quicklime, and buried in the seven-foot pit beneath the gal- lows. K i plcy Trans f er O, Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone 586. Opposite Church, An Unlimited Supply of Natural Gas offers to "tlie raariufactur- er tiie cheapest power that can lie obtained. It sells gas to the manufacturers at the ex- tremelyiow price of 5 cents per 1.000 cubic feet. Gas affords residents the cheapest and best light and heat that can be obtained. Large Deposits of Clay WESTERN CANADA BECAUSE OF ITS UNEX- CELLED NATURAL RESOURCES Medicine Hat Has- A Large Agricultural Country suiTounding it.'..; The '.Southern Alberta Land Oo.. Ltd.. of Medicine Hat, has a c-reat .system of canals and reservoirs now near- ing'completion; "and will shortly place on the market approximately acres of. la-nd. The Only Iron Rolling Mill between Winnipeg and Vancouver The Linseed Factory will be completed by Nov.- 1st. 1911. The city is daily receiving- inquiries from other manufacturers, in re- gard fo Cho'ootar was the first, man to die-' on the gallows in Lethbridge. The deed for which he paid the death penalty, was the murder one night last May of a fellow Alex. Lazanik, as the latter was. on' his way home from No. t> coal mine, i for the manufacture of brick, sewer pipe and other clay products. The Alberta Products, the largest in Canada established, besides several other smaller brick plants. Xow is tho time1 to invest in city property, before it gets out of reach of the smaller investors. We have established an office in the Day Block, in-Medicine Hat. under the management of Mr. C. C. McGregor, and' have a large amount of inside and sub di is ion property for sale. Come in and in- ve.siigaic what we have to offer at prices which are hound i BERRY MCGREGOR Phone 597 511 4th Ave. (Dufferin St.) Lethbridge P. 0. Box 2109 ;